Wednesday Morning Stir

By Lindsay Rittenhouse Comment

-PetArmor explores the unbreakable bond between man and beast in its new ad (above) from agency Sterling-Rice Group.

-Meet Kim Gehrig, the woman behind iconic works such as the 2015 John Lewis “The Man on the Moon” ad and Gillette’s “The Best a Man Can Be.”

-Accenture-owned The Monkey’s picks up Smeg account, its third new business win so far this year.

-Mastercard CMO Raja Rajamannar discusses what being a global marketer really means.

-The FTC is investigating why broadband providers like Verizon and AT&T need your data.

Jemaine Clement of Flight of the Conchords almost got into advertising. Bullet dodged.

-WW senior vp and head of customer intelligence Julie Fleischer tells agencies on 4A’s stage to cut the jargon about first-party data.

-Digitas promotes Clint Simpson to global chief media officer.

-Fatburger is now Skinnyburger.

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